11 Nisan 2011 Pazartesi
THE RAMATANKA (INDIAN TEMPLE TOKEN)
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This crudely made brass tokens pictures the Gods Rama and Laksmana standing on one side of the coin. The other side shows Rama and Sita seated on a throne, along the monkey god Hanuman. The tokens have a false date, making some believe they are quite old. They were made during the 20th century and sold in Hindu temples throughout India.
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